Lansing USD469 June Child Find Information Birth to Age 5, 18-21
The next Early Childhood Child Find Screening for 18-19 School Year is Thursday June 13 from noon to 3 pm. (Please call ahead for availability during this time).
Lansing Early Childhood will have the last Child Find Screening for the 18-19 school year on Thursday, June 13, starting at noon at the Lansing Special Education Administrative Offices located at 210 East Mary.
If you know of families who have concerns about their child’s development for ages-birth to 5 years of age (and the child has not yet started kindergarten), please pass the EC flyer onto them.
All children residing within the Lansing school district and who meet the age and pre-kindergarten requirements are eligible for the free screening.
For an appointment, please call 913-727-1755. Please see the attached flyer for more information.
Please note that the next screening date after this one will be Friday, August 23 8:30-11:30. Walk-Ins are welcome. However, if you need assistance after June 27th and before July 31, please call 913-727-1100 and ask for the Director of Special Education. After Aug. 1, please call 727-1755.
The Lansing Parents as Teachers serves families with children from birth to 72 months, with a home education program and a weekly playgroup. The Parents as Teachers program is free to individuals residing within the Lansing School District. If you have questions, please call 913-297-0880 and leave a message. A PAT Facilitator will return your phone call within 24 hours. You may have to leave a message, but they are very quick to return phone calls.
If you attend a church or a community group in Lansing where there are families with small children, and they allow flyers to be placed on the premises, please contact me, and I will send you some to drop off. We are making an effort to get the word out that we have these two great programs here in Lansing serving families with small children in order to improve kindergarten readiness in district.
Please note that anyone interested in the 18-21 Year old program would not attend the Child Find Screening. Contact Dr. Malcolm at the phone number below.
Lansing 18-21 Year Old Program-LINCS (Learning Independence in Natural Community Settings)
Lansing operates an 18-21 year old special education program for students who have met the credit requirements for graduation, but who have not met the goals on their IEP.
In order to be eligible, students will not have graduated from high school and would not have yet received their diploma.
The purpose of this program is to assist students with reaching their maximum potential for independence, to educate for responsible and productive citizenship, to assist with understanding themselves so as to make empowered and informed decisions regarding their future, and to form collaborative relationships in order to maximize community resources for themselves.
If you have questions regarding this program, please call Dr. Ron Malcolm at 913-727-1755.
Mary Alice Schroeger
Director of Special Education
200 East Mary
Lansing, Kansas 66043
913-727-1100 (office) ext. 1500
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